Tuesday, January 21, 2014


Take a look at a clear sign that cocaine is still in demand in our cowtown despite the best efforts of our never-ending drug war . . .

KMBC: "A 41-year-old Kansas City woman has been sentenced to 30 years in federal prison without parole for distributing hundreds of kilograms of cocaine in Jackson County."

Fox4: Tamiko Grandison, 41, had been found guilty last August of participating in distributing cocaine by the kilogram between the beginning of 2004 and June of 2010.

AP: Convicted in August and sentenced Tuesday for her role in a drug conspiracy in which she delivered the cocaine for her then-boyfriend, Jiles Johnson. U.S. Attorney Tammy Dickinson says Johnson brought cocaine to Kansas City in 30- and 50-gallon drums and broke it down into kilogram quantities in Grandison's basement. Prosecutors say she stored the drugs at her residence until it was delivered.

The Cocaine Kate Moss reference for everybody who doesn't keep up with supermodel news . . .

1 Comment:

Anonymous said...

And the only reason to go to the Crossroads is?